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Brad Brewer
Senior Counsel
901 Main Street
Suite 4000
Dallas TX 75202
TEL: (214) 749-4252
FAX: (214) 760-8994
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Brad E. Brewer

Brad’s practice is based in the firm’s Dallas office, from which he represents the world’s largest insurance carriers in federal and state courts around the country in complex first-party coverage litigation. He also assists clients with prelitigation coverage advice and responses to claims filed with state insurance agencies.

In Brad’s 30+ years of practice, the creation, delivery and structure of insurance products has constantly evolved providing different forms of coverage and modifying basic policy wording. Brad has been a part of this evolution and has  substantial experience with most forms of commercial property insurance, including:

Examples of the types of properties the subject of the claims he has litigated include:

Representative Matters

Brelian Inc. v. Liberty Mutual Fire Ins. Co., (First party coverage dispute involving issues of number of occurrences, subsequent negligent repair, application of policy terms to appraisal awards, and post appraisal claims for extra-contractual damages)

All Metals Inc. v. Liberty Mutual Fire Insurance Co., (Insurance coverage dispute over the number of occurrences relating to an interruption of electrical service during the operation of a large rotary furnace)

Employers Ins. Of Wausau A Mutual Company v. Burlington Northern and Santa Fe Railway Co. (liability coverage dispute)

Maison Orleans I, LLC, Maison Orleans II, Inc. and Louisiana Health Care Consultants, LLC v. Liberty Mutual Fire Insurance Company (first party coverage dispute)

Oxford v. Williams Companies, Inc. (class action – subject matter jurisdiction)

Grefer v. Scottsdale Ins. Co.  (insurance coverage - direct action)

Bywater v. United States of America  (class certification)

Articles & Presentations

"The Uncertainty of Remand in Texas," Texas Law360, March 18, 2016, co-author

"Graber v. State Farm is a Texas Prompt Payment Outlier," Texas Law360, August 10, 2015, co-author

"Texas High Court Doesn’t Take Fishing Expedition Bait," Texas Law360, December 2, 2014, co-author

"Surplus Lines Insurance in Texas: A Dark Horse," Texas Law360, March 9, 2014, co-author

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